OK Oil Rig Explodes, Forces Evacuations

An oil rig near Watonga, Oklahoma, exploded and caught fire Monday evening forcing the evacuation of several homes, according to a report from Fox News.  

Blaine County officials indicate that the fire was still burning this morning and homes within a two mile radius were evacuated. Fire officials reported that the cause of the explosion was not known, according to the report, and no injuries have been confirmed.

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Videos courtesy of ABC 2 News and KOCO ABC 5 in Oklahoma City.

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